New Government CIO Allen Yeung has no blinders when it comes to cybersecurity. In these times of growing APTs (advanced persistent threats) and other types of online risks, Yeung is on the side of security experts who never tire of saying organizations are likely to be attacked anytime they put something online.
Six debaters joined a heated argument over the likelihood of cloud dominance in the local enterprise space in the next 10 years. CIOs from China CITIC Bank and Ageas, as well as a research analyst, lawyer, an independent consultant together with a cloud provider share their vision of cloud computing.
Taking brilliant ideas into execution
Uber revolutionizes local taxi services
China CITIC Bank disrupt status quo
Oracle's Hurd talks about China's cloud market
Section 33 soon to restrict cross-border data transfer
Meet the winners of Computerworld Hong Kong Awards 2015
Ex-Immigration CIO Raymond Wong writes about virtual identity document
Wellsoon revolutionizes TCM delivery
MTR puts safety first with brand new TAC system
Analytics helps hoteliers to travel through the digital era
Celebration of Digital Excellence--Highlights of the Computerworld Hong Kong Awards 2015
Meet the winners of Hong Kong CIO Awards 2015
Walt Mossberg, creator of AllThingsD
Is Hong Kong ready for fintech development?
Is bimodal the future of enterprise IT?
Recognizing Hong Kong IT leadership
IT Spending Outlook 2015
Demand outstrips supply in IT hiring
Local IT pros welcome smart city pilot, slam slow ITB progress
Swire Properties kicks off blueprint accelerator program
Hong Kong's ehealth journey: a test of trust
Imagine this in your data center: A swath of compute, networking and storage hardware from a variety of different vendors that are all controlled not individually but by software that overlays the entire operation. Three essentials steps to a software defined data center.
Sound like a fantasy? It’s the idea behind the software defined data center (SDDC) and research firm Enterprise Management Associates has declared that 2014 is the year for enterprises to seriously take a look at it.
Technology Trendlines 2015 -- Embrace and excel in the era of digital economy
StanChart CIO: from fashion and IT to banking on top of the world
Security takes spotlight
The Year of the Goat mehs cloud, big data and mobility
PopVote--Strikers and defenders
Partnership makes perfect -- HK CIO-CMO relatinoship
Microsoft CIO: challenges on tech consumerization
HKEx: tech drive transforms HK's financial sector
Hong Kong's potential in big data analytics
BYOD -- All it's cracked up to be
Google searches for “cloud computing” took off in 2008, peaked in 2011 and have tailed off since then.
You might be tempted to think that people aren’t interested in cloud computing because they’ve got it all figured out and have moved on to new challenges.
The reduced lack of interest in cloud computing notwithstanding, I certainly don’t think that cloud computing adoption is finished. Far from it. In fact, I’d say most IT organizations have barely started working with cloud computing, much less completed their journey.
Hong Kong's potential as a tech venture hotbed
Agnes Mak: Hong Kong tech's Iron Lady
The art and science of IT management
User needs at heart of CLP Work Smart strategy
Supercharging our next-gen talent
Data sovereignty: electronic border controls
Game of Champions -- Computeworld Hong Kong Awards 2014
Cloud SLAs--the devil's in the details
The golden path to success
CargoSmart revolutionizes shipping industry with big data
StandardsDoes Hong Kong need cloud standards
Businesses being transformed by cloud ERP and CRM
Highlights of the Computerworld Hong Kong Awards 2014
Hong Kong's Smart City Potential
Daniel Lai: Hong Kong's tech guru
Hong Kong IT Fest goes international
The taxing problem of cloud computing
Microsoft goes open source in China
Hong Kong marches into the m-payment era
30th Anniversary Special -- Now and then... and beyond
Infographics to chart Hong Kong's IT history
A tribute to the local tech players and veterans
Sustaining IT careers
The stop-start nature of HK tech startups
Seeking new roles and directions
IT Spending Outlook 2014 -- "Do more with less" drives spending
MTRC CIO charts transformation path
IT drives HKBN's quantum leap
Now and then: a Hong Kong tech guru's view
Esquel taps employee brain-power with social networking platform
What our new ITB must address